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l iE Tonner purchaser of tax certifi
1 t caw No Sto dated the 7th day of Au
lo I f gust A D 1X94 has filed said certificate
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I r i tificate in my office and has made ap
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lln r iwoperty situaied in Marlon county
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1rlk t of ne roc lot G sub of G I F Clark
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n t t grant t f 12 s r 22 e thane w 411
linK cots s 16 chs w 5 chs s J4 y chs e
Tlio 1 < 540 chs s 52S cbs e uS i cots n 2LOT
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1r1dl i < Jis 12 acres
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Un 1 retleem + d accojxJia to law tax deed
Th i vein issue thereon on the 17th lay of
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II 1 lttltbis the IGth flay of May A D
4IJ 1 It t i UfftI 8 T SISTIUNK
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t B i fJh y Fruit Corn I taut art hereby noti
t I fied that the annual nuftins will be
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I BL S Malls oairo Holder buildiap
1 1J r I T W TROXLKR Secretary
I ft S HALL Vice President 517
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1 t Tell regular June fate examination
W t few teachers will IK held in Ocala
i a t ntMetciag oil Tuesday at 9 oclock
il a DL and continuing throe days for al
i J t feaebers taking the seeoad and third
N gritde questions and four days for all
i 31 I t lelcltelS taking the first grade ques
lions
1 t The whit achers will meet in tho
i Ocala high School building and th
f colored teachers will meet in tht
f J i j E Howard Academy building
I Each toncher will supply hers ell
with pen ink and foolscap or legal
I cap paper One dollar will be
1 charged each applicant according tc
h t law to defray the expenses of the e x
J i r r amination t1 D CARX
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THRREESCORE YEARS AND TENS
I What can an old man do but din
How this roster of 1h illustrious old
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hallos the outworn slander Here from
the scientific world are Lords Kelvin
and Lister eightythree and eighty I
years young and Prof Crooke s ey L
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eel yflye Here are bishops of the
1 Iethodist and the Catboilc church I
alert and active at ninety and < tehty j
four respectively hn are other yen
erablo clergyman Robert Collyer
eisiythree Edward Everett Unit
ciidnyfour Cardinal Gibbon head
of the Catholic hierarchy of the Init i
t ed Stales is set cntt txo here is i
tle dramatist Sardott sevearysix bo
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iwf n whose First and lust play more
tuna half a century elaps < d The Xa
1 tional Coimrtrfp is represented by I
Senators Pettws dghty six Mortrau
eightyfour Vhyte eisjhiytlm Cul
i iota and Allison each seveniveight
I i In literature there are Swinburne and
flHowells seviniAustin McCarthy
sevemyRix leorsre Meredith and To
I stoi sNVC niy eight In scholarship
ifloldwin Smith eightythree nud
President Eliot seventythree In war
1 I old soldiers are surest J Lord Rob1
jerts svveinyfive VoIscU > y seventy
four Oitlliffet and O O Howard sev
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UitoU Admiral Dewey ecuty
i in journalism Labouchere and Roche
1 fort scr utysix Murar HalstfadJ
c j seventyseven In law Chief Justice
j Fuller sPent four Justice Harlan
1 seventythree In finance Levi P
i Morton eightythree J Pierpom
i 1rgan seventy Among the dihtin
I guisbod women of the century are Ju
lia Ward Lout now in her eight
K i eighth year and Rev Phoebe Hana
a i ford seventveight
kj To cite these examples an old
11 age beautiful and free serene and1
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d i bright and lovely is to particularize
II beta few in a list which compre
hlltclf General William Booth seven
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0 j tyseveti E P 1 Vesioa seventy ho
p j Just year broke his edestriaa record
e 1 of furtythrw years ago laole
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j Randolph McCoy leader of the Ken
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clan and monarch
j i tucky mountain
Ie like the emperor of Austria seventy
o six ami King Leopold severitytwo
harl lemoiisiration they have
i i miule of the truth that old age is op
octiuuy no less than youh itself
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Cato learned Greekat eiphry Sopho
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t Wrotf his grnmi Octopus and Simon
I ides
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Bore off the prixe of verse from Ills
I compeers
i When each hfcd numbered more than
I fourscore years
Goethe at Veliuar toiHitfc to the last
i Completed Funs wfon eighty years
were mist
I Xo Jess than these ancient worthies
I the present day list of old men active
proves the flu tunut of life to be Ii t
i many ways the best season of all for
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achievement Then the blood is cool
the judgment unbiased by IJHMOII and
t the faculties capable of their best np
i plication World
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New Version of the Tar Baby
A new version of Ilicle Remus
Hrer Rabbit and the Tar Bnby sto
Iry came to light in i > olice court Mon
day morning when Henry Jackson a
negro was arraigned on the charge of
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having been drunk on the streets
I Jackson it was aliened by witness
c s Sunday afternoon deliberately took
his seat in a barrel of creosote which
1 the street car company had deposited
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at the corner of Whitehall street and
j Stewart avenue preparatory to wa
terproofing a strip of pavinsr
I After resting for a moment the ne
ro decided to proceed on his way
Ilh was surprised to find that ht > was
stuck sound and fast to the creosote
I and that he could not pull himself
+ out He then endeavored by the UPC
I of his hands to disentangle himself
when to his horror these members
j stuck tight in the glutinous mass As
a final resort Jackson sought to bite
himself loose but only succeeded in
getting his mouth full of creosote
I A crowd of spectators had gathered
on the scene by this time and one of
rKm called the police Call Officer
es
Luck responded and found it neces
ary to literally cut the seal of the
negros troustrs off ta order to get
him out
This very unusual incident occurred
within less than a quarter of n mile
of the residence of Joel Chandler Hal
ri > better known as Uncle R mus
whol 1 Brer Rabbit and the Tar Ba
by story has crented entertainment
an1 amusement the world over Some
one in the crowd which witness pd
Jacksons plight suggested that Mr
Harris be called to view the sight
Atlanta Journal
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I Representative Villis came very
near stealing a march on our repre
sentatives but they caught him with
the goods and halted him in good
hape
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i A Narrow Escape
i G Tv C3o > d a merchant > f Plunk
uo had a narrow escape four years
I ago when he ran a jimson bur into his
thumb Ho says The doctor wanted
I to amputate it but I would not con
sent I bought a box of Bucklens Ar
i nica Salve and that cured the dan
j p rou < wound 25c at Tydings Co
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Importance of Floridas Inland Waterway
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terway
The following from The Jackson I
vill TimesUnion opens up a sub i
ject that is now beginning to assume I
large propordons in this state I
This week the last cut will prob
ably be made that will open up the
East Coast canal fiom St Austtetine
to Biseayne bay according to the St
Augustine Record The labors of I
about thirty year have brought the t
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canal that near to completion AfterI
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th inland water have thus been con
nected the trimming up will sill take
up some time and the canal therefore
will not be immediately ready for I
navigation The schoau in its entirety
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tirety calls for aa entrance on the I
i St Johns near Jacksonville This
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section of t h canal is now h4iug
J surveyed But efor = j winter this
beautiful waterway will he open from j
St Augustine to Miami and another
great attraction will be added to the
many hat Florida has
i I The canal referred to will form an
inland waterway along the East
Coast over 4 t mil s loas and when
1 the project is completed and the ca
I nal isc1ltfrom St Augustine into
Ube St Johns river the vast interior
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i territory traversed by tlv Sf John
will IM put into din rt watr cnum
j nication with the East Coast nUll ry
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The cut between ST 1l 1nIW and
i the St Johns is about 12 nn loisu
i and will require two year s hI com
pletion
With a ship canal across t h > pflnin
i sula of riorida which tlw Journal
suestel several W4 tls aw oln
ins a waterway a < ne13 throigi Lake
Oke ch > lK e and into the Kisiiim1
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ricer and then a cut front tin Kb
siiumee into the St luhnwith this
work done Florida would have a
t sysiem of interior waterway that
j would be cheap to constrict hut al
ter construction would be worth mil
lions of dollars to the people of the
I state
i All of this work will lie done Home
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dll y and sump one mill gt th a Ittntfit
of it it simply remains to 1 > see
i whether people of the present stn
oration are going to profit by it or
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whether they will lave it fir future
I generations to perfect and pnjuy
Pensacola Journal
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I Dad county will realize a million
I dollars for her omit to crop this sea
sow Our neighboring town Hastings I
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will get nearly a half million from
her Irsh potato crop and with the
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pineapple crop beginning to moP
from f lit East Coast this mouth nml
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I thc orange and grniRfmiJ crop just
harvested there will be quite It bunch
jof iioney coining from other states
to tbe farmers along the Floridn
East Coast this season San Mateo
I tern
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J The death the other day of Edmund
C Ross former 1nited States sena
sitor from Kansas recalls to the Phil
I adeiphia Ltllh > r that it was his vote
I that saved Andrew Johnson from im
pi aeimt nt It hasnt been a great
ts
many years as national history is
cunted since the effort was made to
j impeach President Johnson yet the
i probabilities are that merely the out
i lines of that famous incident are
known by the people of the present
days Miami News
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The first street car ever run in the
I oldest city in the United States was
j moved about Thursday under power
I from the new plant St Augustine
llltitS been 8 long time getting started
j on these modern conveniences but
from ttoe steady gait in which the old
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town has been going for the last few
Cirs the new street car system will
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no doubt make good Miami Record
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And with all that terrible arrntgn
jment as the DeLand News calls it
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the TimesUnion goes right along d °
in its best to build up the waste pla
I ces in Florida Lake City Index
II Cannot Keep House Without It
I Fort Plains N Y May 13 19 + I7
I To the Editor Ocala Banner
Inclosed please find express order
for 1 renewing subscription for the
Ocala Banner We cannot keep
house without the Banner and am
aS
glad to read the very full accounts
i of the happenings in Belles w where
i w e have a winter cottage
I Very truly yours
P F WENDELL
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I Sore Nipples
I Any mother who has hall expArien c t
wiih this trAtins ailni nt will be
pla xi t > know that a < urn may bo
efcVctfd by applying Chamberlains
SalM as soon as the child ipi don
j nUring qp A it off with a soft cloth
befr all twin this bab to nur
i Many trcirntl nun s use thi sal >
i With b 3zt r < ults For sale by all
druggists m
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ANTEDStudent nurses to take
1 training course in Marion County
I Hospital Appliaction blanks fur
I Wished on request by writing
j DR W V NEWSOM
j 5lftlin Ocala Fla
I ESTRAYFrom the subscriber at
I Dunnellon on Monday a bay mare
i car bruise on left knee also on left
hind leg star in face five years old 1
I was traced as far as Shady Grove
Please send any information leading
I to her recovery to N H Boswell
i Dunnellon Fla 517lti
TEN BEST THINGS TO EAT
Quite a vigorous ditfcus stn is un
der way in tht Charlotte anI Ireens
boro sections of North Canuina ovtr
the ten best things to eat
1 E Wolfe of Greensboro rashes
into the ring with the foliovhig sug
g estions
The only way to seak this contest
is by a primary After all lists are
in let it be sealed by a cote of male
voter ranging from fifteen years up
to ninety years good appetite being
the only qualiflcaTion required of the
vow
i give the list in th < order iluy be
long in my opinion
1 Roasting ears oastfd in the
shuck in hot ashes
2 Broiled SmithnVld ham
3 Smothered quail with sravv
4 Stewed young chicken with gra
vy
i 5 Stewed oyster = tar > Utl to suit
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I ushtri in a clack
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i 7 fount ry > at > am Ilk t IInr ota
j ers us ptl TO make
I v Roasting car piM iing
I It HXUwheat nK with ud
Ilitter airl Barbad > > < inoia < > t > wai
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Jed down ala Mocha cofi e
i 1 + IkrUluda In htIt1 Jiji
poached iijs and tnt > i to suit
T tasteorioll 4 ca I Landmark
In cHiiiM Ill lug UPl hich the X nv
York Vorl sayr = Ii
Wli n Mr W itV J1 < dtwn oTrs I
is onv diii nf tl + 11 < + i hinirs t 1
at ht = Ilnt x + pr 1 knorJ1rf ny
ters nr ntle < l TO ar 1art Thre i
num er > < m the lip Stiff craps con
next ii > oi rind ho iivh are to le ad1
de1 ani lobster wjn never be torgot
i ten by intelligent alrs
This leaves only tin > e places of lis I
ten unfilled Smothered quail with
gravy sounds all right We like it
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I and admit it to th company of the
elect Chicken of the proper temper
and fineness also has a right on the
J table of an epicure but what dots
Wr Wolfe mean by stewing it instead
I of having it fried Smithfield ham is
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delicious genuine country sau aue is
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bard to heat and buckwheat cakes a + I
i dressed by Mr Wolfe nulmm j
j Away with the onions and bring us a i
I dish of the mountain trout Canvasback
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back buck properly prepared is a
I dish for the gods and roasted Priii r
cess Anne turkey is better than any
thing previously named except oys
ters and soft crabs
I I The Observer and the rest may
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complain that the Landmark has tx1
iceeded the limit of ten The real offense
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I fense is the Observers There are j
more than ten best things to eat in I
Virgin
o We think that mast turkey chicken
salad cornbread fresh buttermilk
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and mustard greens ought to have u
place on this bill of fare These
j thing s go mighty well in Florida
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j The bill making Ink and SIIIIII r
I counties one senatoiial district and
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I Marion county another was reeom
unit t ed in the house on the 10th after
j a sharp tilt from the Lake county
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I members and Mr Wartmann of Ma
I rion The Tallahassee Sun speak
I Iiig of this bill says The situation
I appears to he that Marion county
which has twice the population and
taxable progeny of Lake and Sum
ter has but two representatives in
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the house and none in the senate
whereas Lake has two representatives I
and a senator The plan of the Ma
rion representative was to make the
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two smaller counties into one sena
torial district and to become of itself I
a senatorial district which would give
it representation more in proportion
I to its importance Senator With
I ers of the twentythird district is fill
ins an unexpired term and it would
naturally fall to the Jot of Marion to
fleet a senator at the next election
These circumstances led to the statement
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Dent Lr the gentleman of Lake that
the plan was a scheme to further
I some ones political ambitions I
Mr Wartmann denied that polities
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eiiierol Jro the matter at all and i
said Fiat Baker who now IPItr
seats t I ventieth district stood
ready to reign at the end of th
present si4on and permit the nlw I
district to name its senator for un
j der the change Senator Baker would I
I be the representative from that di
tract and his term is for two yean i
more Mr Smiths motion was lost
i and Mr Wartmann made a motion to
I recommit which prevailed
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The state uniformity bill is now en
gfisring the attention of the state leg
islature I
II My Best Friend 1 I
Bonn as wfll as QVT This remedy i s4
Alexander Bnion why Iis on Ru
ral Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says I
Dr Kings New Discovery is my lH
earthly friend It cured me of asthma j
six yean ago It has also frform a i
I ir cure of incipient consump
tion for my sons wife The tlrst bot
I tle ended the terrible cought and thJ °
accomplished the other symptoms left i
one by one until she was perfectly I
well Dr Kings New Discovery
power over coughs and colds Is sim
ply marvelous No other remedy has j
I ever equalled it Full guaranteed by <
Tydings R Co druggists oOc and 1 1
I Trial bottle free m
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4 e < a very satisfactory rate Possibly you also t t I
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FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
BETWEEN
Jacksonville and New York
Culling at Charleston S C both way
TH2 X2ST STEAMSHIPS I THE
= COASTWISE SERVICE
CLVDH NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I KES
1KhICiHT KKYICIC UKTXVIKX
Jacksonville Boston and Providence
and all Eastern Points i
Calling at Charleston Both Vny 1 a
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Southbound From LeWis Wharf PtMSi01t
Northbound From foot Catharine St J6IckJleAlViUe M R
Clyde St Johns River Line
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
Stopping at Palatka Astor Borosiord EeLand
and
a ster = eiaei
Landings on St Johns tier
Steamer CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
Is appointed to sail as follows Leave Jacksonville
Sunday Tti < s iay9 t
Thlt1sday rn p m IutiiriiinB ices vo Sanford lonllit
11 1 in v velars
and Fridays > i l a m
SouthBound SCHEDULE
NorthBound
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Arrlre 2 tNl a rap
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Bay St Jacksonville ta
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cat Tied Wines Beers Etc now
f1 enables TIle to fill the
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o a ly fr thIs lass of premises the business are nosy fitted u 1 especial
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your next order include
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